Easter Services in Melbourne Churches 2009
Easter Dates 2009: Palm Sunday - 5th April, Maunday Thursday - 9th April, Good Friday - 10 April, Easter Day - 12 April
Baptist Church Chapel Street (865215) Parish Church Church Square (862347)
Palm Sunday 10.30 am Family Service - ‘A Time to Speak’ Palm Sunday 8.00 am Holy Communion
Good Friday 7.30 pm Good Friday Service - ‘A Time to Die’ 10.30 am Parish Communion, Crèche and
Easter Day 10.30 am Celebration with Communion Junior Church
- ‘A Time to Dance’ 6.30 pm The Passion: A Dramatic Reading by
St Michael’s Players
Catholic Church Church Street (862631) Good Friday 9.15 am Morning Prayer
2.00 pm Service of the Day
7.30 pm. Sung Compline
Palm Sunday 10.30 am Blessing of Palms, Procession & Mass
Easter Day 8.00 am Holy Communion
Maundy Thursday 7.30 pm Mass of the Lord's Supper - Melbourne.
10.30 am Parish Communion, Crèche and
Good Friday 3.00 pm Celebration of the Lord's Passion
(at Castle Donington) Junior Church
Saturday 11th Apr 9.30 pm The Easter Vigil - Melbourne 6.30 pm Choral Evensong
Easter Day 10.30 am Mass of Easter Day - Melbourne
United Reformed Church High Street (863633)
Palm Sunday 10.30 am Morning Worship
Methodist Church Church Street (810284)
6.00 pm Evening Worship with Holy Communion
Good Friday 7.30 pm Worship at the Cross
Palm Sunday 10.30 am Palm Sunday Service
Easter Sunday 8.00 am Early Communion
Easter Day 8.30 am Easter Day Communion
10.30 am Easter Service with Holy Communion
- followed by Church Family breakfast
6.00 pm Easter in Word and Song
10.30 am Easter Day Family Celebration!
The Churches Together in Melbourne assure you of a warm welcome at any of our services.
Early on Sunday morning, while it was still dark, Mary
Magdalene came to the tomb and found that the
stone had been rolled away from the entrance. She
ran and found Simon Peter and the other disciple, the
one whom Jesus loved. She said, “They have taken
the Lord’s body out of the tomb, and we don’t know
where they have put him!”
Peter and the other disciple started out for the tomb.
They were both running, but the other disciple outran
Peter and reached the tomb first. He stooped and
looked in and saw the linen wrappings lying there, but
he didn’t go in. Then Simon Peter arrived and went
inside. He also noticed the linen wrappings lying
there, while the cloth that had covered Jesus’ head
was folded up and lying apart from the other
wrappings. Then the disciple who had reached the
tomb first also went in, and he saw and believed - for
until then they still hadn’t understood the Scriptures
that said Jesus must rise from the dead.
John 20 vs 1-9 The Resurrection
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